Bosch calls VW owners' diesel-cheating claims in U.S. 'wild and unfounded'Tue, 23, Aug 2016
Bosch rejected as "wild and unfounded" car owners' claims in the U.S. that 38 of its employees conspired with VW Group to develop technology that enabled diesel vehicles to evade pollution-control tests.
VW gets approval for another 460,000 diesel-car fixes in EuropeMon, 15, Aug 2016
VW Group has won German regulatory approval for fixes on another 460,000 diesel cars with illicit emissions software. The agreement, covering vehicles fitted with 1.2-liter engines, raises the number of vehicles cleared for repair to over 5 million in Europe from a total of 8.5 million affected cars.
Harman senses software opportunitiesMon, 15, Aug 2016
Harman International is looking for more business from luxury and nonluxury automakers.
Self-driving cars spur more automotive M&A in Silicon ValleyWed, 10, Aug 2016
The auto industry's self-driving revolution has spurred the biggest two years of automotive supplier takeovers in a decade. The total value of automotive supplier deals in 2015 and 2016 was $74.4 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, with each of those years far exceeding the $17.7 billion annual average in the previous 10 years.
Automakers should view cybersecurity as quality issue, expert saysWed, 03, Aug 2016
Automakers and suppliers would be better off addressing cybersecurity concerns by thinking of them as issues of quality, a cyber expert said here on Wednesday.
Apple taps BlackBerry talent as car project takes software turn, report saysThu, 28, Jul 2016
Apple hired the former head of BlackBerry's automotive software division as new leadership at the iPhone-maker's car team places increased emphasis on developing self-driving technology, people familiar with the project told Bloomberg.